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Bandits Kill 37 in Sokoto

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Not less than 37 persons has been killed by bandits in communities around Tangaza, Sokoto state for allegedly not paying levies they imposed on the communities.

A survivor in one of the communities disclosed this newsmen on phone. He said that over 27 were already buried.

The communities affected were Rakkah, Rakkah Dutse, Gwadabawa kwari among others.

Written by: Helen Obih

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